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Oct 31, 2018

On One DeeDar Enduro/Trail Frame & Fork

$600 USD
This is a Brand New 2018 frame and fork combination. I do have other parts that could be purchased separately to complete this build. Frame size is a 16" and actually sits right in the middle of a SM/Med, rider height from 5'2"-5'9" The DeeDar is a hand welded steel frame-set, with tubing diameters and wall thicknesses proven, for optimal performance for a true steel ride; compliant, solid, supple, strong. With geometry that is completely modern and dialed for aggressive riding from XC to Enduro. This is a bike that carves and hammers the twists and turns and gives you everything you would ever want in a modern steel hard-tail. In control & On the edge. -designed for 27.5" or 26"+ wheels -12x142 axle -73mm threaded BB -120-160mm travel frok -1x drivetrain -31.6 stealth dropper post routing -type of headset needed = 44/28.6 upper & 44/50 external taper lower The fork is a Brand New top of the line SR Suntour Aion lo-r -120mm travel (internally adjustable) -Air spring -34mm stanchion tubes -Tapered steertube -15mm qlc axle ** Color of both the frame and fork is called Anthracite or Gunmetal. The green stickers on the fork can be peeled off to have matching color scheme. This set alone retails for over $800 plus shipping. I am asking $600 firm + shipping and will give price deals on some of the parts that I have for this build if needed.

chillaxin sarahmoore's article
Jul 31, 2018 at 2:56
Jul 31, 2018
Video: Every Single Trick in Dennis Enarson's New 'Caps Lock' Video is a Banger
I logged in just so that I could respond to what I just witnessed. Get this guy a MTB and a ticket to RED BULL RAMPAGE.... Nuff said.
chillaxin RichardCunningham's article
Apr 20, 2018 at 20:45
Apr 20, 2018
GT Bicycles' Timeline Museum - Sea Otter 2018
yup spot on... If GT got the GEO right, it would have been the game changer that Zerode became...
chillaxin RichardCunningham's article
Apr 20, 2018 at 20:42
Apr 20, 2018
GT Bicycles' Timeline Museum - Sea Otter 2018
@YouHadMeAtDrugs: Yup, brake boost was used to keep the frames from flexing while the V-brakes engaged the rims. It actually worked pretty good.
chillaxin RichardCunningham's article
Apr 20, 2018 at 15:19
Apr 20, 2018
GT Bicycles' Timeline Museum - Sea Otter 2018
Man those were the good old days where V-brakes with boost arch was the shit... My first full Suspension was the RTS, snapped that then upgraded to the LTS, snapped that then upgraded to the STS, then I-drive 1.0, then IT-1, then Ruckus 1.0, then Carbon Fury... etc... You get the trend. I was on GT for at least 15 years and I still feel that the IT-1 and Carbon Fury were some of the best technological designs every launched by GT.
chillaxin mikekazimer's article
Jan 21, 2018 at 7:31
Jan 21, 2018
Pinkbike Poll: Does the Current Method of Mountain Bike Classification Make Sense?
Although I understand every category, I think there could be a simpler way to explain it as (Soulrebel) prefaced: Since most technology trickles down from some form of racing or competition, those bikes are very dedicated to a performance outcome. We should have a Competition (RACE) vs None Competition (None RACE) separation. XC = race / Trail = not race Enduro = race / AM = not race DH = race / Freeride = not race *Yes, Freeride has become a competition (Rampage) but on DH bikes. But what about: BMX & 4x = race / Dirt jump & Street = not race Slope Style = competition / Park = None competition **Yes, there is contest in DJ, Street, & Park but mainly using a bike evolved from its racing/competition designed brother At the end of the day we have all of these categories out of demand and it will continue to have blurred lines but we could definitely use some level of simplification and standardization in this ever evolving industry... Just my thoughts.
chillaxin nolevers's article
Oct 11, 2017 at 17:12
Oct 11, 2017
Downieville Downhill Now Boasts 7,000 Vertical Feet of Descending
WOW, this is just awesome for all of us... I ride the Lose Sierra Region about once a year and will now make a definite attempt to check out the new trails... SO EXCITING...
chillaxin mikelevy's article
Oct 9, 2017 at 20:35
Oct 9, 2017
Pivot's New Carbon and Alloy Enduro Bikes - First Look
@pivotcycles: Hi Chris, I am a huge fan of the previous Firebird model having owned a couple as well as other DW suspension bikes. But I am curious as to why you got away from the floating shock design? From all of my experience on DW or VPP designs, the Firebirds floating shock design was the best feeling suspension of the bunch. Thanks
chillaxin mikelevy's article
Oct 4, 2017 at 2:57
Oct 4, 2017
Pivot's New Carbon and Alloy Enduro Bikes - First Look
Roger dat, I think the older Firebird with the floating shock had the best suspension design in their line based on my experience of owning several different models from them....
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